Bonaire Mangrove Kayaking & Caving Tour

Price $99
Duration 2h 30m
Capacity 1 - 5

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The best tour on the island. You will see 2 totally different and equally important eco systems . This tour is done on 1 day or spread out over 2 days (depending on availability and your wishes). You have not seen the real Bonaire without this.

Discover the unexpected mysterious world of our dripping stone caves and learn why they are so important for our ecosystem. Those caves are in a protected area and in a complete natural state. 

Bonaire has a beautiful large international protected mangrove forest (a RAMSAR site) and you are invited to explore this. Experience this rich important and bio diverse forest from a kayak (the best and most silent way) and learn more about this fascinating eco system. During the tour you even have the possibility to snorkel in 1 of the mangrove channels.

There are several other kayak operators , but none of them will offer offer you small groups and a quiet tour like I do , so you can really enjoy nature to the maximum.

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  • The caving/mangrove combination consists of 2 full tours divided over a morning and afternoon, or divided over 2 days
  • Minimum group size is 2 persons
  • The duration is a minimum time
  • You can pay cash only
  • Outdoor Bonaire is a certified CARIBSS cave guide 
  • Our caves are natural without artificial lighting, handrails or footpaths 
    So bring along proper footwear and good physical fitness as some climbing/scrambling is needed
  • For the kayak tours a nature fee is required. You can purchase them online
  • Please note we do not do tours with cruise ships due to their negative environmental and social impact on Bonaire